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Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

Farjestaden, Sweden

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Since the married couple Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman were young and got their first cameras, Kennerth an Agfa Click II and Birgitta an Agfa Isola I, photography has been their passion. Another great interest in their lifes is everything related to nature.

Kennerth and Birgitta are based at the island Oland located in the Baltic Sea in southern Sweden, were they get their inspiration from diverse types of unique and exceptional nature. Their fine art photos features a varied range of landscapes, flowers, trees and other nature themes. Most of their work is from Oland but they also explore and capture the woodlands of the nearby province Smaland.

Besides Fine Art photography Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman also work with stock photography. Their work is currently represented at the leading stock agencies throughout the world.

NOTE: The 'FineArtAmerica' watermark does not appear on sold images.

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Flat rock limestone coast by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Swan at twilight reflections by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Old wooden pier at twlight by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Mute swan at sunset by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Twilight at a small harbor by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Grass straw at sunset by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Reed by coast at sunset by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Hand holding ice cream cone by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Grazing milk cows by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Backlit shiny leaf by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Rowing boat at sunset by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Old rowing boat by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

On Vacation wooden sign by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Gone Fishing sign at on old door by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Collection of paintbrushes by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Big pine tree at small island by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Idyllic lake view by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Weathered plank pier by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Old wooden pier by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Sunlit small island by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Bright pink wild rose by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Summer flowers by a country road by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Countryside with lupines by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Railroad tracks closeup by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Railway in a summer landscape by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Lupin flowers by the railroad by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Country road in a summer landscape by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Gravel road with summer feeling by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Red apple at an old windowsill by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Weathered wooden pole by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Colorful flat rock coast by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Stony bay with green reeds by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Water reflections by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Gravel road with mossy stone walls by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Solitude tree in blossom grassland by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Old oak tree by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Branches at blossom rapeseed field by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Yellow blossom at the stone wall by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Coastal backlit anemones by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

White anemones from the back by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

White anemones at blue sky by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Landscape in green and yellow by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Old windmill at a blossom rapeseed field by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Gate to the Great Alvar by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Hiker at a winding trail by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Shiny blue diasies by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Winding dirt road by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman

 

Winding tracks by Kennerth and Birgitta Kullman